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Here, you will find details about who we are, what the Trust’s aims and objectives are, some of our successes to date, current projects and some of the people who manage and participate in the Trust’s activities. WE HAVE ADDED A VOLUNTEER PAGE AND A PROJECT PROPOSAL PAGE, so if you would like to help you will be welcome.
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Trustee and Chairman
This report summarises the work carried out on the Afon Wygyr catchment on Anglesey to improve water quality and habitat.
This report summarises the work carried out on the Dŵr Ial in the upper Clwyd catchment to improve water quality and habitat
Once again this year NRW are undertaking stocking of Arctic Char into Llyn Padarn,to support the population following several years of reduced stocks due to phosphate enrichment linked to sewage effluent discharge.
This report summarises the work carried out on the Lower Clwyd to reduce the impact of cattle grazing on water quality through reduced silt and bacteria input.
Torgoch or Artic Charr are an iconic fish species in Llyn Padarn, Llanberis in north Wales; one of only three natural populations in Wales.
In 2017 the North Wales Rivers Trust surveyed the habitat along the 10 largest rivers on Anglesey in the Anglesey Rivers Project funded by Anglesey Council’s AONB Sustainable Development Fund (SDF)
Reporting an environmental incident
To report an environmental incident such as suspected poaching, pollution or wildlife crime, the dumping of hazardous or industrial waste and illegal abstraction from watercourses etc, call Natural Resources Wales’ incident hotline on 0300 065 3000 (24 hour service).